Sorry if I have posted this in the wrong place but I believed this is where it most belonged out of the choice provided. I wanted to know if it is ok to upgrade my Casio fx-9750GII software so that it has a natural interface and use it in an exam or would this be against exam rules?
Clark Kent (No this isn't my real name, it's a joke)
Graphics Calculator Watch
- Thread Starter
- 16-05-2013 21:28
- 16-05-2013 21:35
I have the Casio fx 9860 GII, and it is a BEAST!! Revising core 2 right now and because of the functions on it I can check whether about two thirds of my answers are correct instantly e.g integration, points of intersection, sketching graphs. It's also useful for science as you can do conversions. It's also programmable, and has spreadsheet functions like excell which is awesome
The one you said is only in linear mode so it isn't nicely laid out like the cheap casio ones are. It also doesn't have the spreadsheet functions.
I think Casio owes me some money after that.